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In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

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By ‘modernity’ I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and immutable…This transitory, fugitive element, whose metamorphoses are so rapid, must on no account be despised or dispensed with. By neglecting it, you cannot fail to tumble into the abyss of an abstract and indeterminate beauty, like that of the time the first woman before the fall of man.”

This is the founding definition of modernity, coined by a poet and evidenced by an illustrator of the “crowd.”

[…] in articulating the themes of progress through struggle. The fantastic Liu Xiaodong, China’s painter of modern life, travelled from Beijing to Gwangju to paint teenagers born after the massacre at one of its main […]

T here is a richness of fellow-feeling and lack of condescension in Raymond Depardon's study of rural farmers in the remote French countryside. Anyone who enjoyed Nicolas Philibert's Etre et Avoir will want to see this. Depardon's interviewees live as their forebears have lived for centuries, yet that apparent twang of irony in the title is a little deceptive, because it is a simple statement of fact. For these people, this is indeed their life, as it is lived at the present hour, nothing more, nothing less.

My only complaint is that the film could have been longer, and done more justice to the breadth and depth of Depardon's knowledge and research. As it is, he interviews about half a dozen farmers, and the results are tremendous, but somehow leave you feeling that we have not heard quite enough from each subject. Depardon's fascinating 2004 courtroom documentary, The Tenth District Court: Moments of Trial, with its vignettes from the defendants, was marginally more successful.

Perhaps Depardon should have made his entire film about the first family featured: the sensational Privat brothers, Raymond and Marcel, respectively 83 and 88, who have worked the land with passion all their lives. Their nearest English equivalents are perhaps the farming brothers in Bruce Chatwin's 1982 novel On the Black Hill. But the pair are chagrined because their nephew, Alain Rouvière, who has a decisive stake in the property, has married a woman who threatens to upend their cherished traditions and undermine their grip on things. A real power struggle is going on. We are only permitted a glimpse, but that is enough.

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Modern life style increases the risk of obesity. Consequently, leading to diabetes, heart diseases, and cancers. Pollution caused by the machines and advanced transportation causes different respiratory diseases. Furthermore, it leads to atopic diseases which are group of hereditary diseases contributing to allergies and asthma. Psychologically, persons are prone to increased stress level and depression. Social isolation will occurs due to spending long time on computer and internet.

In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

Genres: Action , Adventure , Drama , Martial Arts , Mystery , Shounen , Supernatural , Webtoon

Summary:
Once upon a time, there were many mysterious and strange animals, immortals and monstersHow did they look?A snake with a human being face, a dog similar to a cat, a bird with the colorful feather...Are they still alive?God knows, maybe extinct, maybe still living among us...

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By ‘modernity’ I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and immutable…This transitory, fugitive element, whose metamorphoses are so rapid, must on no account be despised or dispensed with. By neglecting it, you cannot fail to tumble into the abyss of an abstract and indeterminate beauty, like that of the time the first woman before the fall of man.”

This is the founding definition of modernity, coined by a poet and evidenced by an illustrator of the “crowd.”

[…] in articulating the themes of progress through struggle. The fantastic Liu Xiaodong, China’s painter of modern life, travelled from Beijing to Gwangju to paint teenagers born after the massacre at one of its main […]

T here is a richness of fellow-feeling and lack of condescension in Raymond Depardon's study of rural farmers in the remote French countryside. Anyone who enjoyed Nicolas Philibert's Etre et Avoir will want to see this. Depardon's interviewees live as their forebears have lived for centuries, yet that apparent twang of irony in the title is a little deceptive, because it is a simple statement of fact. For these people, this is indeed their life, as it is lived at the present hour, nothing more, nothing less.

My only complaint is that the film could have been longer, and done more justice to the breadth and depth of Depardon's knowledge and research. As it is, he interviews about half a dozen farmers, and the results are tremendous, but somehow leave you feeling that we have not heard quite enough from each subject. Depardon's fascinating 2004 courtroom documentary, The Tenth District Court: Moments of Trial, with its vignettes from the defendants, was marginally more successful.

Perhaps Depardon should have made his entire film about the first family featured: the sensational Privat brothers, Raymond and Marcel, respectively 83 and 88, who have worked the land with passion all their lives. Their nearest English equivalents are perhaps the farming brothers in Bruce Chatwin's 1982 novel On the Black Hill. But the pair are chagrined because their nephew, Alain Rouvière, who has a decisive stake in the property, has married a woman who threatens to upend their cherished traditions and undermine their grip on things. A real power struggle is going on. We are only permitted a glimpse, but that is enough.

In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

Genres: Action , Adventure , Drama , Martial Arts , Mystery , Shounen , Supernatural , Webtoon

Summary:
Once upon a time, there were many mysterious and strange animals, immortals and monstersHow did they look?A snake with a human being face, a dog similar to a cat, a bird with the colorful feather...Are they still alive?God knows, maybe extinct, maybe still living among us...

If you found broken links, wrong episode or any other problems in a anime/cartoon, please tell us. We will try to solve them the first time.

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In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

Genres: Action , Adventure , Drama , Martial Arts , Mystery , Shounen , Supernatural , Webtoon

Summary:
Once upon a time, there were many mysterious and strange animals, immortals and monstersHow did they look?A snake with a human being face, a dog similar to a cat, a bird with the colorful feather...Are they still alive?God knows, maybe extinct, maybe still living among us...

If you found broken links, wrong episode or any other problems in a anime/cartoon, please tell us. We will try to solve them the first time.

In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

In the 20th century, the Australian goverment tried to integrate Aborigines into white society by removing them from their traditional tribal areas.
From 1900 – 1971, up to one fourth of all aboriginal children were taken from their families by force. The children were brought to special homes or camps. They were supposed to learn the European way of life and get health benefits. Instead they lost their families, language, culture and traditions. Often the children were told that their parents were dead of did not want them. But breaking up families has led to problems for many Aborigines such as suicides, crime and violence.

Today there are roughly 257.000 Aborigines in Australia.
Two thirds of all aborigines in Australia today live in towns or close to towns and cities, but the rest live in remote settlements. 2,4 5 of Australia’s population are Aborigines. The highest concentration of Aborigines is in the Northern Territory as the Aborigines make up 28 % of the population.
There are several Aboriginal tribes and tribal languages. The aborigines are proud of both their differences and likenesses.
In recent years, some Aborigines have begun to leave cities and towns and return to their traditional lands and tribal customs. They see this as a way of escaping from social problems.

There are also success stories. An Aboriginal athlete, Cathy Freeman, “the queen of track”, has become a positive role model and symbol of achievement for many aborigines. Freeman is proud of her Aboriginal background.

Genres: Action , Adventure , Drama , Martial Arts , Mystery , Shounen , Supernatural , Webtoon

Summary:
Once upon a time, there were many mysterious and strange animals, immortals and monstersHow did they look?A snake with a human being face, a dog similar to a cat, a bird with the colorful feather...Are they still alive?God knows, maybe extinct, maybe still living among us...

If you found broken links, wrong episode or any other problems in a anime/cartoon, please tell us. We will try to solve them the first time.

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By ‘modernity’ I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and immutable…This transitory, fugitive element, whose metamorphoses are so rapid, must on no account be despised or dispensed with. By neglecting it, you cannot fail to tumble into the abyss of an abstract and indeterminate beauty, like that of the time the first woman before the fall of man.”

This is the founding definition of modernity, coined by a poet and evidenced by an illustrator of the “crowd.”

[…] in articulating the themes of progress through struggle. The fantastic Liu Xiaodong, China’s painter of modern life, travelled from Beijing to Gwangju to paint teenagers born after the massacre at one of its main […]



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